Category Archives: Geolocation

Simplified health and sport apps and devices market map

A first attempt to provide a simplified look at the devices and apps market by looking at the wireless protocols across the X (time) axis and depth / complexity of feature set on the Y axis. Let me know if … Continue reading

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City of Berkeley launches their Climate Action Plan using Vancouver-based Visible Strategies’ “See-It”. WOW.

Check out the newly launched Climate Action Plan Indicators tool from the City of Berkeley that is based on Vancouver’s own Visible Strategies‘ “See-It” application. It allows all of the stakeholders to have a dashboard that lets them input their … Continue reading

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Dog leads rescuers 5 miles into the bush to rescue injured adventure racer owner

Here’s a great story about a dog helping to rescue Danielle Ballengee. I love these stories.

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Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Day 2 / Atoms and Bits – a conversation with the CIO of Fed Ex

Day 2 notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA: [my analysis and notes are in these square brackets.] “Atoms and Bits” with Robert B. Carter, CIO for FedEx Check out the Youtube video Fedex Ant Hill. The video … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Day 2 / Mary Meeker gives Morgan Stanley’s “State of the Internet, Part 3″ talk – “The World’s Information is Getting Organized and Monetized”

(For the most recent articles on Web 2.0, check out my full Web 2.0 articles category.) Day 2 notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA: [my analysis and notes are in these square brackets.]Mary Meeker, Morgan Stanley: The … Continue reading

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Finally, somebody is building a tool that lets you see where your friends are on a map on your cellphone rather than always typing “where r u?”

I was at Web 2.0 Summit last week in SF, and was wandering around downtown trying to meet my friends for dinner. I had my Blackberry with Google maps on it so I could see where the restaurant was, but … Continue reading

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